That meant that for dinner we had:
1. Leftover Spicy Pulled Pork. Yum.
2. Pasta Salad with Feta and Tomatoes and No Zucchini. Meh. The flavors marinated, all right. It was WAY too parsleyed, and very dry. Kristin was right, it needs a dressing. Since I have other pasta salads I can whip up, this isn't my favorite -- but neither is it tragically bad. The parsley miscalculation is really what killed it. Easy enough to fix.
3. Cheesy Olive Bread. Holy cow is this good, as is the mix before you make it into bread. But be aware: it makes A LOT. More than even I could eat, and if there were only one food left on earth I might seriously consider praying for it to be olives, so that's saying something if I say this is too much. If you make this recipe and you've got a family with small kids and/or non-olive-eaters, you should definitely halve it.
4. And for dessert, Pistachio Cake. I took only a tiny bite -- CAM didn't like it, but WHM and Mick both said, and I quote WHM here, "It's AWEsome." BONUS: I also got to cross of one of my cake pans! Of course, it's one I've already used, but since I promised myself to start over, it's as good as any!
Photos and dedicated posts to come. I've got TWO sick kids now and I've got to go tuck them into bed.